Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, GSHSEB on Thursday declared the Gujarat Board HSC Commerce and Arts Results 2018 on its official website gseb(.)org. Students can check their result by entering their six-digit roll number in the official website, gseb(.)org as well as from websites like examresults(.)net.
The overall pass percentage in the Gujarat Board Class 12 result for the general stream was 55.55 per cent.
According to Times of India, Nanpura centre in Surat posted 100 per cent passing percentage, whereas Lunawada in Mahisagar district had the lowest result of 11.74 per cent. Among the districts, this year Ahwa (dangs) had the highest passing percentage with 77.32 per cent while Chotta Udaipur had the lowest passing percentage of 31.54 per cent."
Based on the results data released by the GSHSEB, girls once again outshined boys among those who attempted the HSC for the first time. "The passing rate of girls was 74.78 per cent, while that of boys was 63.71 per cent," the report added.
A total of 6.9 lakh students had appeared for the Gujarat Board Science and General Stream (Commerce and Arts) examinations for the 2017-18 academic session.
In the science stream, the result of which was released early this month, a total of 1.34 lakhs students appeared for the exams out of which 98,067 passed, taking the pass percentage to 73 per cent, whereas the pass percentage of boys is 71 per cent. The pass percentage of girls is at 74.9 per cent. The top-scoring district was Rajkot while the sixth highest scoring district is Chota Udaipur.
Of them, around 1.34 lakh students took the Class 12 Science exam in March, of which, 98,067 passed, taking the pass percentage to 73 per cent. Girls outshined boys with a pass percentage of 74.9 per cent as compared to boys (71 per cent).
Board officials had informed that 57,734 students had taken the exam in the 'A' group, with physics, chemistry, and mathematics. While some 76,888 students took the examination in the 'B' group, with physics, chemistry, and biology. And just 19 students chose the 'AB' group, with physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics.
Last year, around 6.4 lakh students sat for the GSEB HSC exam 2017, of which 74 per cent had cleared the exams. Girls had outperformed the boys in 2017 with a passing percentage of 72 per cent. In 2016, 77 per cent girls had cleared the exams as compared to 69 per cent of boys.
Students can check the results by following these steps
1. Log on to gseb(.)org and click on GSEB HSC General Stream Result 2018 link
2. Enter your name and roll number and submit it.
3. Download the result and print it for future reference.
Original mark sheets will be available few hours after the online result declaration at the respective examination centres of the candidates.